The project would include the construction and subsequent operation of two Costco warehouse and distribution buildings (1,264,066 square feet [sf] and 536,251 sf) totaling approximately 1,782,317sf on the 103-acre project site. The project would also include the required circulation, parking, and utility improvements. The proposed warehouses will be used to support Costco’s ongoing distribution and e-commerce facilities in the area. Additionally, the warehouses may include cold storage for Costco’s meat processing plant in Tracy, as well as food processing and canning.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 1,782,317)
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